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This Rare, Low-Mileage Porsche 918 Spyder Will Sell For A Truckload of Money

This Rare, Low-Mileage Porsche 918 Spyder Will Sell For A Truckload of Money

This specific Porsche 918 Spyder even comes with the Weissach Package

The Porsche 918 Spyder was part of a hybrid hypercar triumvirate when it was unveiled in 2015. It sat alongside the McLaren P1 and LaFerrari, and it opened the doors for more electrified sports cars and supercars since. Unsurprisingly, the 918 Spyder was only produced in limited quantities, and if you weren’t able to line up for one, here’s your chance to own one.

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This 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Is One Of The Last Classic Mustangs Worth Buying

This 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Is One Of The Last Classic Mustangs Worth Buying

There’s more to this 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1 than meets the eye, and it could be the attainable American classic you are looking for

If you are a muscle car enthusiast, you probably know that around the mid-1970s, things went really bad for those of us looking for big power and performance. The oil crisis meant gas was expensive and American carmakers were forced to take their big V-8s and neuter them. The 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1 is one of the cars that got the worst of it. Despite having a 351 Cleveland under the hood, the most powerful version of the 1973 Mustang Mach 1 made 285 horsepower. But that doesn’t mean this 1973 example should be overlooked, especially when it has been fully restored and is currently listed for a reasonable price.

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Want a Truly Analog Sports Car? This 1984 Ferrari 512 BBi is THE one to Have

Want a Truly Analog Sports Car? This 1984 Ferrari 512 BBi is THE one to Have

This 512BBi comes with very low mileage and a Ferrari-branded Pioneer cassette player

Designed by Leonardo Fioravanti at Pininfarina, the Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer is a series of sports cars produced by Ferrari between 1973 and 1984. The first BB model was the 365 GT4 BB and it was followed by the BB 512 and the BB 512i. While the first BB model was unveiled at the 1971 Turin Auto Show, the 512i followed 10 years later at the 1981 Frankfurt Motor Show. The BB models were not built for the U.S. market, and whatever units you can find here were imported and federalized in-period via the gray market.

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This 1988 BMW 325i Convertible Has Collectible Classic Written All Over It

This 1988 BMW 325i Convertible Has Collectible Classic Written All Over It

This classic BMW 325i convertible could be quite the deal and, potentially, a future collectible.

Being the second generation of the 3 Series, the E30 is known for its stylish looks and true entry-level luxury. It replaced the E21 3 Series with a couple of new changes for BMW. It was previously offered in two-door coupe and convertible body styles. But after the new generation came to light, BMW started producing a four-door sedan and estate-style variants of the 3 Series. By the time the E30 generation had passed, BMW sold more than 19,000 units of the, according to Road & Track. Now someone is auctioning a 1988 BMW 325i Convertible on Bring A Trailer, and the bidding is going on for $5,500 as of the time of this writing.

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This 1991 Chevrolet Corvette C4 ZR-1 Is An Attainable Americn Icon Worth Checking Out

This 1991 Chevrolet Corvette C4 ZR-1 Is An Attainable Americn Icon Worth Checking Out

The Chevrolet Corvette C4 ZR-1 represents a lot of performance for not a lot of money and this 1991, Arctic White example is looking for a new home

The Chevrolet Corvette is an American icon, not just on its home soil, but across the pond. While the C4 generation is generally considered to not be the model’s finest hour, its top-of-the-line version, the ZR-1, is certainly a sight to behold. With this in mind, plenty of “Vettes” made it across the pond and this particular example, 1991 ZR-1, located in Enkhuizen, Netherlands, is up for grabs, and it looks like the bargain of the century.

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This 1973 Lancia Fulvia 1600 HF Is Definitely A Conversation Starter

This 1973 Lancia Fulvia 1600 HF Is Definitely A Conversation Starter

One of the Italian rally champion cars from ’73 is worth your attention if you are a collector, and the deal could be sealed for as low as $30,000

The Lancia Fulvia has been one of the wonders of the FCA (presently Stellantis). Manufactured between 1963 and 1976, the Fulvia was made available in three forms: a four-door sedan named Berlina, a two-door Coupé, and Sport. The Lancia Fulvia gained its share of popularity when it won the Monte Carlo Rally in 1972, elevating public interest in motorsport and rallying. Now there’s a 1973 Fulvia 1600 HF, a two-door coupe, going for a digital auction on Bring a Trailer. The bid as of the time of this writing is just $30,000, so this should be delightful news if you are a car collector.

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This Low-Mileage 1993 Ferrari 512 TR Looks Like it Just Rolled Off the Production Line

This Low-Mileage 1993 Ferrari 512 TR Looks Like it Just Rolled Off the Production Line

This could be the deal of the year!

The Ferrari 512 TR was introduced in 1991 as a replacement for the Testarossa. The model retained most of the predecessor’s design language, as well as the flat-12 powerplant, but it was quicker and more powerful. The model stayed in production for only three years and only 2,261 units were built, out of which only 408 examples were delivered to North America. Suffice it to say, finding one in good condition here is kind of rare. It is in fact almost impossible to find one with less than 13k miles on the odometer, which shows the amazing opportunity of this sale. The car is listed in California, and to nobody’s surprise, the current bid is already $100,000.

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This 1960 Lotus Elite Series 1 Could be the British Classic You Didn't Know You Wanted

This 1960 Lotus Elite Series 1 Could be the British Classic You Didn’t Know You Wanted

Out of a production run of approximately 1,000, less than 500 are said to exist

Investing in classic cars may become more of a thing than ever with the introduction of more high-tech features in cars as well as electrification. Cars from the 1950s and 1960s, in particular, are still a thing and this Series 1 Lotus Elite is up for grabs for a fairly reasonable price, given all that has been done to it. It’s also finished in the correct colors and it is, essentially, a poor man’s Jaguar E Type, only much rarer.

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This 2004 Subaru WRX STi Could Be a Future Collectable

This 2004 Subaru WRX STi Could Be a Future Collectable

And the current bid is more than affordable!

The first things that come to mind when I hear the words "Subaru STI" are: sports sedan, blue finish, and gold-painted wheels. However, The WRX STI is dead for now, and the STI as we know it might come to an end as Subaru looks to use the STI designation for its hybrid lineup. Pretty soon it will become pretty much impossible to find an STI model with a simple gasoline engine, so you should take advantage of this offer and buy yourself a 2004 STI - which, if you ask us is the best Subaru you can buy!

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This Toyota FJ Cruiser Is A Secret Modern Classic

This Toyota FJ Cruiser Is A Secret Modern Classic

The Toyota FJ Cruiser is a modern-classic and people are already warming up to it

With car prices only going up and modern cars being more artificial than their older counterparts, finding a car that is a real treat for car enthusiasts and at a reasonable price is becoming increasingly difficult. However, we are happy to report that there is still hope for us enthusiasts who are looking for a good deal, and this 2012 Toyota FJ Cruiser is as quirky as it is dependable. Moreover, it is a modern classic, inspired by the original Land Cruiser FJ40, so prices are only going to go up.

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Birth of a Legend - This First-Year 1969 Nissan Skyline GT-R Kickstarted Godzillas Legacy

Birth of a Legend - This First-Year 1969 Nissan Skyline GT-R Kickstarted Godzillas Legacy

A rare opportunity to own an original, 1969 Nissan Skyline 2000 GT-R just popped up. Can this be the ultimate JDM investment?

The Nissan Skyline GT-R is a name that echoes across the car world with a kind of reverence, similar to a Porsche 911 or a Ferrari F40. The Nissan GT-R was produced in six generations, with the latter dropping the Skyline name. The story of the Nissan Skyline GT-R dates back to 1969, and even the first model featured hardware taken straight out of motorsports. For over 50 years, the GT-R badge has been responsible for most of Nissan’s proud racing heritage, and it all started with this car, which was recently listed on Bring a Trailer for a relatively reasonable price.

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This 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429 is the Pinnacle of Collectability

This 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429 is the Pinnacle of Collectability

This Mustang went under the digital hammer once and failed to sell, will it change owners this time around?

Outside of, say, the Shelby GT500, the Mustang Boss 429 – offered between 1969 and 1970 – is, arguably, the most desirable Mustangs on the planet. The 385-based 429 engine plays a big role in that status, but that’s only a part of what makes this specific car special. Wearing chassis stamp 0F02z109085 and Kar Kraft serial number KK2131, this Boss 429 is in pristine condition and still has the original engine under the hood.

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This 1967 Ford Mustang Could be the Perfect Restoration Project

This 1967 Ford Mustang Could be the Perfect Restoration Project

Despite needing some repairs, this Mustang has certainly withstood the test of time

Mustangs, especially of the classic variety are a hot ticket item for both collectors and those looking to start a new restoration project. Rarely do these two worlds collide, though, as we’re talking about two very different types of people….and vehicles. The 1967 Ford Mustang that we’re talking about today, however, might have some appeal to both sides because, while it might need some repairs here and there, it certainly looks as if it has withstood the test of time better than most cars left abandoned to rot in a garage.

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This 1978 Ferrari 308 GTB May Be The Easiest Way To Live The Ferrari Experience

This 1978 Ferrari 308 GTB May Be The Easiest Way To Live The Ferrari Experience

Having Magnum P.I. nostalgia? This 1978 Ferrari 308 GTB seems almost too good to be true

Ferrari is one of the few brands that even grown-ups lust after the same way they did when they were young. Sadly, owning a car from the Prancing Horse’s “Scuderia” is a privilege few of us get. Things are not as grim on the used market and this 1978 Ferrari 308 GTB is a perfect example that owning a Ferrari doesn’t have to be a distant mirage. While prices for the 308 have already crept up to the $100,000 mark, this particular example is listed for “just” $79,500.

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This Super-Rare Renault Clio V6 Phase 2 Just Sold For Stupid Money

This Super-Rare Renault Clio V6 Phase 2 Just Sold For Stupid Money

When it’s one of just 18 in the world, a six-figure price seems justified, even for a Renault

The Clio V-6 is, in general, a unique and famous vehicle. There haven’t been many cars that have followed its lead, but it did change the perception of what a hatchback can be, which includes having a mid-engine layout. Renault Sport went above and beyond in developing the Clio V-6, and that’s a big part of what makes it famous. The 3.0-liter naturally aspirated V-6 in the Phase 2 model, like the one you see here, was good for 255 horsepower and 221 pound-feet of torque. With a curb weight of just 1,400 kg, it had an impressive power-to-weight ratio of 182 horsepower per ton and could hit 62 mph in as fast as 5.8 seconds. This, along with the mid-engine layout, is what made the Renault Clio V-6 special, but it’s not the reason this specific model sold for a record-shattering £90,000 or about $120,000 at current exchange rates.

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You Think Dealer Markups in America Are Bad? This Non-Existent Bugatti Centodieci is Ridonkulous

You Think Dealer Markups in America Are Bad? This Non-Existent Bugatti Centodieci is Ridonkulous

If you’re paying almost $10 million for a car, what’s another $4.5 million, right?

Despite the recent press coverage of insane dealer markups on cars like the Chevy C8 Corvette, Ford Bronco, and Ford Mach-E, it’s been going on for a long time. Back in 2018, Kia dealers were marking up the Stinger for at least $10,000 over MSRP and back in 2016, the Acura NSX was subject to a similar “market adjustment.” Now, a Japanese dealer is proving to the world that no matter what a car’s base price is, there’s always room for markup – even if it starts out deep in the seven-figure range.

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This Kenny Youngblood-Designed 1972 Buick Riviera "Boat Tail" Project Performance Cruiser Is Begging To Be Driven

This Kenny Youngblood-Designed 1972 Buick Riviera "Boat Tail" Project Performance Cruiser Is Begging To Be Driven

A very rare 1972 Buick Riviera Boat Tail Performance Cruiser is listed for a very reasonable price, but it needs a bit of finishing touches

There is a surprising number of project cars for sale, nowadays, and while we are not sure whether to chalk it up to the rise in popularity of electric powertrains or not, the fact is, you can currently get a crazy, partially restored project car, for not a lot of money. Such is the case with this unfinished, 1972 Buick Riviera, listed on Classic cars, which only needs an interior, and has an asking price of $15,000.

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Remember The Controversial Color-Shifting McLaren Sabre? Well, It's Up For Sale

Remember The Controversial Color-Shifting McLaren Sabre? Well, It’s Up For Sale

But first, let’s talk about that choice of paint from McLaren!

The McLaren Sabre is indeed an ultra-rare and special supercar from the British supercar brand. Picking up where the Senna left off, the Sabre was built by McLaren Special Operations (MSO) exclusively for the United States, and only 15 were produced. One of those, however, is currently up for sale, and it comes in a paint job that not a lot might be a fan of.

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